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This is made precise in the following following lemma. 11). Let I be a cylinder on CC such that ( ))xI x I preserves preserves pushouts. Then iiff f,f ,f' l' :: i + ------+ i' are morphisms under A, the condition 42 f ~ f' implies a*(f) ~ a*(f'). Furthermore, if f is a homotopy equivalence under A, then a*(f) is a homotopy equivalence under B. A Proof. e. we have ¢ : f ~ f' such that ¢(i x 1) = i'a(A). Since ( ) x [ is assumed to preserve pushouts the diagram Ax[ axI B x [ [j i x I[ X x [ (3x[ x [ Y x [ is a pushout.
We first must set j up in the abstract setting. 9) b e a coproduct diagram in C. 10). Suppos e that C has coproducts and that the cylinder functor ( ) x 1 preserves these coproducts . Then if I satisfies th e Kan condition E(2 ,1,l) it follows that j is a cofibration. Proof. Let ¢ : (X U X ) X I ---4 Y , f : X x 1 ---4 Y b e maps such that ¢eo( X U X ) = fj. By E(2,1,1), there is a morphism : X x 12 ---4 Y such that eo(X x 1) = f , (el/( X ) x 1) = ¢(~l/ X 1) , V = 0, 1. As ( ) x I applied to (5.
Thus there is a map ¢ : X x [2 ----t X so that ¢(i x 12) = a, ¢(eo(X) x 1) = F. -1 -2 -1 We note that